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PROCEEDINGS 
OF THE ACADEMY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 



The Proceedings have been issued regularly by the Academy since 1910 as a record 
of its activities and as a means of giving detailed treatment to special subjects oi im- 
portance as follows : 

Vol. I. No. I. The Economic Position of Women, 193 pp. (October 1910) {1.50 
No. 2. The Reform of the Currency, 293 pp. (January 1911) $1.50 
No. 3. The Year Book of the Academy (April 1911) $050 
No. 4. Reform of the Criminal Law and Procedure, 208 pp. (July 1 9 1 1 ) #1.50 
Vol. II. No. I. Capital and Labor Unified, 52 pp (October 191 1) $0.50 

No. 2. Business and the Public Welfare, 185 pp. (January 1912) {1.50 
No. 3. National Housing Association, 236 pp, (Apiil 1912) 
No. 4. Organization for Social Work, 236 pp. (July 1912) f 1.50 
Vol, III. No. I. The Year Book of the Academy (October 1912) $0.50 
No. 2, Efficient Government, 194 pp. (January 1913) ji.50 
No. 3. The Bryce Meeting, 8 pp. (April 1913) $0.50 
No. 4. The Caged Man, 136 pp. (July 191 3) $ 1.50 
Vol. IV. No. I. Banking and Currency in the United States, 237 pp. (October 1913) 
$1.50 
No. 2. Good Roads and Convict Labor, 92 pp. (January 1914) J1.50 
No. 3. The Year Book of the Academy (April 1914) $0.50 
No. 4. Essays on Banking Reform in the United States, 228 pp. (July 1914) 
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Revision of the State Constitution. Part 1, 262 pp. (October 1914) $075 
Revision of the State Constitution. Part II, 215 pp. (January 1915! So. 7 5 
Government of the City of New York, 263 pp. (April 1915) J1.50 
Annual Report of the President of the Academy (July 1915) $0.50 
American Mercantile Marine, 208 pp. (October 1915) S1.50 
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in the states of Illinois, Colorado 
and California, 112 pp (January 1916) $1.50 
Constitutional Imperialism in Japan, 104 pp. (April 1916) $1 50 
Military Training: Compulsory or Volunteer, 262 pp. (July 1916) fl.50 
Labor Disputes and Public Service Corporations (January 191 7) $150 
No. 2. The Foreign Relations of the United States, Part I (July 1917) \ s 
No. 3. The Foreign Relations of the United States, Part II (July 1917) f s '-5° 
No. 4. Economic Conditions of Winning the War, 172 pp. (February 1918) 
$1.50. 
Vol. VIII. No. 1. National Conference on War Economy, 134 pp. (July, 1918) #1.50 
No. 2. War Labor Policiesand Reconstruction, 221 pp. (February, 1919) $ 1.50 
No. 3. The League of Nations Covenant, 160 pp. (July, 1919) $1.50 
No. 4. Railroad Legislation, 268 pp. (January, 1920) $1.50 
Vol. IX. No. I. Inflation and High Prices: Causes and Remedies, 144 pp. (June, 
1920) $1.50 
No. 2. American Foreign Trade Relations, 186 pp. (February, 1921) $1.50 
No. 3. National Expenditures and Public Economy, 208 pp (July, 1921) 

$1.50 
No. 4. Industrial Cooperation, 256 pp. (January, 1022) $1.50 
Vol. X. No. 1. The Railroads and Business Prosperity, (July, 1922) $1.50 

The Proceedings are sent, together with the Political Science Quarterly, as part of 
the membership privileges, to all members and subscribing members (libraries, institu- 
tions etc.') of the Academy. The annual membership dues are $5.00. 

Single numbers of the Proceedings and of the Political Science Quarterly may be pur- 
chased at the prices indicated as far as the supply on hand will permit. Special prices 
will be quoted on request for numbers which may become so reduced in stock as to make 
higher prices necessary. 

Address business communications to The Academy of Political Science, Kent 
Hall, Columbia University, New York City. 



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THE ACADEMY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 

IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

President 
Samuel McCune Lindsay 

Vice-Presidents 
Albert Shaw Paul M. Warburg 

Secretary Treasurer 

Parker Thomas Moon George A. Plimpton 

Executive Secretary and Assistant Treasurer 
Ethel Warner 

Directors 

Charles E. Hughes William I,. Ransom 

Thomas W. Lamont Henry R. Seager 

Adolph Lewisohn Edwin R. A. Seligman 

V. Everit Macy Munroe Smith 

Ogden L. Mills Henry L. Stimson 
Frank A. Vanderlip 

Managing Editor of the Political Science Quarterly 
Parker Thomas Moon 

The Academy of Political Science, founded in 1880, is com- 
posed of men and women interested in political, economic and 
social questions. The annual dues are $5. Members re- 
ceive as part of their membership privileges the current issues o ( 
the Political Science Quarterly and the Proceedings of the Acad- 
emy and are entitled to admission to all meetings, lectures and 
receptions under the auspices of the Academy. 

Members and subscribing members are urged to notify the 
Academy office of any change of address. 

If members and subscribing members wish to discontinue 
membership in the Academy notice to that effect should be 
sent ; otherwise it is assumed that a continuance of the member- 
ship is expected. 

Communications regarding the Academy should be 
addressed to the Secretary of the Academy of Political 
Science, Kent Hall, Columbia University, New York.